Pytloun Hotel Liberec
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... the bride, a very pretty girl in a traditional white dress. As she entered the chapel we could hear the strains of the music we’d heard earlier – a lovely wedding in a beautiful spot.
We set off on the circular walk round Mount Oybin and first came upon the graveyard – a very attractive place in a quiet corner; the graves were of all sizes, some small and fairly plain, others much ...
... building housed a large weaving machine, used by members of the family to produce flaxen cloth. They had an ingenious way of insulating the family living above from the weaving machines: apparently the upstairs floor was not connected to the ground floor building and was supported by these arches as a sound insulating system: this was a big flax weaving area and the machines were housed underneath , deafening those living above. What a clever ...
... my dodgy shoes resulted in me slipping on my bum a few times. She got to the top, began squealing and rolled down the entire hill giggling contagiously. It was so funny! She said it took her right back to her childhood. She used to do it all the time. What a great night!! On Sunday we all had breakfast together and then charly and Hubert headed home. They gifted us with some really lovely farewell presents before they left. It was so nice of them. They gave us ...
... that up! Marc was kind and noble enough to let the waiter know. Apparently this wasn't the first time it had happened. Oh man. I then had to explain to marc how I completely destroyed his snow boots! He was laughing so much about it too, but I still felt sooooo bad. He kept assuring me that they were 15 years. But it still was a bit funny as we all wondered how on earth I managed to do that. Charly said I must have transformed into a horse. Ha ha ha. It ...
... that Tom Cruise ran up in Mission Impossible. He also showed us a fountain by the famous anti establishment modern artist David Cerny in which two figures (supposed to be representing Hitler and Mussolini) are peeing into a base that is shaped like the Czech Republic. The figures even rotated and moved up and down. It was very bizarre. I have also heard there is a giant purple middle finger and a sculpture of a woman giving birth that you can actually go inside. It's all ...